Quantum Q-Rad Ceiling

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Quantum’s Q-Rad Ceiling Mounted Systems are designed for hospital emergency rooms, imaging centers and orthopedic facilities which demand not only high quality, but also maximum flexibility, in order to accommodate all types of imaging exams.Q-Rad Ceiling Mounted Systems are not only aesthetically pleasing, but designed with input directly from technologists.

High Frequency Generator  – (32kw – 65kw) 

RS-590 “CMT” Ceiling Mounted Tube Support –  Telescopic column with 65″ (165.1 cm) of vertical travel, with focus-floor distance of 10″ (25.4 cm), in a 9′ ceiling, (Telescopic column can achieve up to 70.86″ (180 cm) of vertical travel, if installed in a 9′-10.89″ (302 cm) ceiling room), Standard Operator Handgrip with multi-function switches, Cable concealment and management system – NOTE: Includes Unistrut Mounting Hardware

QT-750 “QUIET-LIFT” Elevating/Float-Top Radiographic Table – (EXTRA WIDE DESIGN, FOR LARGE PATIENT COMFORT), 650 lb. (295.5 kg) Patient Weight Capacity, Elevating Range of 21″ – 32.5″ (53 – 83 cm) w/collision avoidance electronics & safety lock-out control switch, FAIL-SAFE electromagnetic braking system ensure safe, easy use,Recessed Foot Switches and Multi-Function Hand Control, for ALL table movements (Floating and Elevating), Includes adjustable patient handgrips, mounted along concealed accessory rails on the sides of table, Power input: 115 VAC/60 Hz/single phase/10 Amp (Specify for Intl use: 220 VAC / single phase / 50Hz)

QW-420 “VERTI-Q” Vertical Wall Stand –  Single-Column Structure – Features the exclusive “EZ-Glide” Hand control for easy and precise movement, grip rotates +105°, Custom enclosed frame for attractive appearance includes patient chin rest,FAIL-SAFE electromagnetic braking system plus integral counterbalancing, ensure safe and easy use, Accepts cassette sizes of up to 14″ x 17″ (35 x 43 cm),NOTE: Specify either Right or Left Hand Loading

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Q-Rad Ceiling


Quantum Q-Rad Ceiling

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